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# The integer r and s are distinct and each one not 0. Which

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The integer r and s are distinct and each one not 0. Which [#permalink]

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The integer r and s are distinct and each one not 0. Which of the following must be true?

i. r=-1
ii. s=1
iii. r-s=0

a) None
b) i only
c) ii only
d) iii only
e) i, ii and iii
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24 May 2006, 23:47
I most probably missed here something but choose A.
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24 May 2006, 23:58
Agree with SimaQ - go with A. The question is incomplete
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Re: PS: integers [#permalink]

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25 May 2006, 00:05
netcaesar wrote:
The integer r and s are distinct and each one not 0. Which of the following must be true?

i. r=-1
ii. s=1
iii. r-s=0

a) None
b) i only
c) ii only
d) iii only
e) i, ii and iii

Definetly a weird question. What must be true........ none

Hence A
Re: PS: integers   [#permalink] 25 May 2006, 00:05
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